Newspapers show how face coverings, quarantines and closed public venues were a part of life as the 1918 influenza pandemic swept through Utah.
Graduates of the U’s Master’s of Science for Secondary School Teachers program engage in intensive research to bring authentic science experiences to their classrooms.
Racial disparities among essential workers could be a key reason that Black Americans are more likely to contract and die of COVID-19.
Efforts to understand the genetics of neurological diseases leads to a potential treatment for ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s disease.
Michael Simpson and collaborators are designing a test vehicle that would circulate molten salt to mimic how it would circulate through a real-world reactor.
Seismic stations may provide a real-time, remote monitoring system to give early warnings of glacial lake outburst floods that devastate downstream communities. Global warming is drastically increasing the risk of these floods.
University of Utah engineers conduct air flow study to help Utah Symphony musicians stay safe from COVID-19.
Trees are air quality monitors all around us. U scientists found that magnetic particles on pine needles can indicate levels of air pollution.
Partnership between the U and Granite School District offers videos to help manage kids’ behavior amid the roller coaster of education in a pandemic.
The latest issue of University of Utah Magazine is hot off the presses. Check out the features, including investigating if debates change people’s minds, a COVID-19 timeline and how the U responded to an earthquake in the middle of a pandemic.